Lecturer ofcourses related to Psychology/Counselling disciplines. Research experience with diverse interest in wellbeing of children with special educational needs or socio-emotional difficulties, neurological mechanism of body-mind wellbeing, stress profiles of adults, young athletes and mental health workers. Counselling Specialist with substantial experience in working with children, couples and families.
Chow, Y. W. Y., & Tsang, H. W. H. (2007).Biopsychosocial effects of qigong as a mindful exercise for people with anxiety disorders: A speculative review. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 13(8): 831-840.
Chow, Y. W. Y., Dorcas, A. & Siu, A.M.H. (2012).The effects of qigong on reducing stress, anxiety and enhancing body-mind well-being. Mindfulness, 3:51-59.
Chow Y.W.Y. (2012). An analysis of the neurophysiological effects of qigong on the mind. In R.J. Jenkins & W.W. Sullivan (Ed.).Philosophy of Mind (pp.71-104),New York: Nova Science Publishers.